After finishing my rankings on the 1970s and 1980s, it seemed like there were always about 10 more guys worthy of making the list, so for this one, I expanded it to a top 30.
As with the previous two lists, only starting pitchers were considered. The players were ranked based on several statistical categories, with an emphasis on ERA and overall record.
I was blown away by the fact that six pitchers from the 1992 Blue Jays made the list, and that does not include Dave Stieb and Jack Morris. What a stacked team that was.
As you would imagine, even with the statistics, a certain amount of subjectivity on my part went into this, and because of that I'm sure not everyone will agree with me.
I welcome your feedback, be it positive or negative, and look forward to some good debate.